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Keep on rebooting, machine hanged once during installation of XP professional. Try again OK but did not show mouse pointer. After that keyboard did not work. Use a usb mouse works.

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Rebooting is tipical of Windows XP when there is an important error. Most of the time this error is coming from the hardware.
There is a way to know the error code that make Windows XP mad, but you have to eliminate the automatic restart option.
With your mouse right click on My Computer, select properties, select advanced and you should see something similar:
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deselect Automatically restart.
At this point next time you will have the error instead of rebooting you will see a blue screen with some message at the top and some code at the bottom, please write them down and post them here.

In case you cannot even enter in Windows XP because is keeping rebooting too fast, try to do the above steps in Safe mode.
To enter in Windows in Safe mode you have to press F8 as soon as you boot and before you see the windows logo on you screen, then select safe mode and repeat the steps above.Making a bench machine on the tyan dual core penti - 8b0fc4d.jpeg src="/uploads/images/8b0fc4d.jpeg" alt="8b0fc4d.jpeg" class="h_mi" />
Last but not least, please send me the exact type of motherboard, processor and memory that you are using.

Posted on Oct 30, 2007

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    Massimo Ardito Nov 02, 2007

    I would like to know if you where able to get the error code and solve your problem.


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Howzit
If you had no problems installing the XP second time around your problem is definitely not the harddrive. Suspect that that error you got was a blue screen. You problem most probably lies with your memory modules (RAM) if you are using more than one memory module then you need to check that they work on the same frequency (probably not since you are having this problem) If you are in fact using more than one module try just using one. If you only have one then you might try another as this one could be faulty. As to NTFS it is the best suitable format for XP therefore that is not a problem. Let me know how things turn out. Thanks

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